Hockey Gods



Uploaded By: PRESIDENT on October 26th, 2013

Robert Price "Stubby" Rowe - Born August 19, 1885 in Heathcote, Ontario - Died September 21, 1948 in Portland, Oregon was a Canadian ice Hockey right winger / defenceman and coach.

Bobby Rowe 1st played Ice Hockey at the senior level in 1902 at the age of 17 for the Portage Lakes Hockey Club.

In 1905 to 1907 Rowe played for the Barrie Hockey Club, and the Barrie Pros.

Rowe played 1 game for the Haileybury Hockey Club in the 1908-09 season.

Rowe then played for the Renfrew Creamery Kings for 2 seasons from 1909 to 1911 becoming a goal scoring professional and one of the team leaders in penalty minutes.

At the start of the new Pacific Coast Hockey Association league in 1911, Rowe move to the West Coast of Canada, where he would play for 15 seasons, starting with the Victoria Senators / Aristocrats, then moving on to play for the Seattle Metropolitans, helping them win the Stanley Cup in 1917 vs the Montreal Canadiens.

The Seattle Metropolitans would become the 1st American team to win the Stanley Cup.

Rowe played 4 games for the Boston Bruins in the NHL during the 1924-25 season, scoring 1 goal.

Rowe then played 2 games for the Portland Rosebuds in the 1925-26 season

Bobby Rowe finished his Ice Hockey career coaching the Portland Buckaroos in the mid to late 1930s.

Rowe got a job as a carpenter, helping to build the Victoria Arena in 1911 for Frank Patrick.

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